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Monday night's storm leaves damage in Douglas County

Some trees were split, and some were uprooted.

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This tree on Ash Street was uprooted in Monday night's storm. It had to be sawed into pieces in order to be taken away.
Travis Gulbrandson / Alexandria Echo Press
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ALEXANDRIA — The storm that swept through Douglas County the night of Monday, June 20, left more damage in its wake.

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This tree on Ash Street was pulled up by its roots during Monday night's storm.
Travis Gulbrandson / Alexandria Echo Press

Some trees were split, and some were uprooted, such as one on Ash Street, which was more than 50 years old.

Fortunately, the tree missed hitting any of the buildings next to which it was standing.

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The northeast side of Lake Latoka was another area damaged in Monday night's storm.
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Pictures were also sent to the Echo Press that showed damage on the northeast side of Lake Latoka.

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This photo shows damage on a dock on the northeast side of Lake Latoka following Monday night's storm.
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Travis Gulbrandson covers several beats, including Osakis School Board and Osakis City Council, along with the Brandon-Evansville School Board. His focus will also be on crime and court news.
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